Hi again, I had posted previously about this model, but listed the error code as "F74" by accident.
There is no mention in the owners manual of any error codes except "F61". I've been everywhere on the net I can think of, but Panasonic is very protective of their tech. info, so I doubt anyone who hasn't worked for an authorized service depot will know what it signifies. I suspect it is the o/p stage of the amplifier, but as it only powers up for about 2 seconds before a relay clicks & the error code is displayed, (speakers connected or not), it is next to impossible to troubleshoot without the service manual, or at least knowing what that code means.
Thanks BowerR64 & Techman for responding, if this corrected info sheds any light for anyone, please let me know.
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Re: Error Code "F76"
Spoke to a friend at an authorized servicer and he said he has never heard of that code but from what yourm describing its eather the outputs the speakers or the power supply Oh and a sevice manual is availiable at the partstore.com or from the panasonic web site as I've been there. good luck
Hello. f76 is a psu problem. The main filter cap will hold charge for ages and so needs discharging before doing anything on this pcb. A 100 watt 240vac bulb with a pair of jumper leads on it and well insulated is best for all psu's, dont just short it out with a screwdriver or anything else. This cap bites hard. The very first thing to do is remove the 10 uf 50v cap near the main primary driver ic and replace it even if it looks ok. This solves the problem most of the time. Obviously look for bulging caps on the secondary and replace them. Most important is discharging the main filter cap.
Is there a fan in the unit? if so, is it connected properly and moving freely? After doing some open testing and modifications on my scpm38 bookshelf system I noticed that F76 code is displayed when there is a fan error
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Unfortunately, the F76 code means that the control panel/keypad could be faulty for some GE-manufactured ovens. Since the keypad and control board are sold as a single unit, it's not the cheapest fix. Try disconnecting the power to the oven (unplug or trip the circuit breaker) for at least a minute. Sometimes a longer period (5 minutes+) without power helps reset the error code. If the error returns, please add a comment with the model number of the oven. I may be able to find a parts list for you.
Kenmore Dishwasher Error Code = Start Resume light blinking slow
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Turned on by accident or there is a control detected key pad problem
You don't mention the make or model of your printer/copier, but a quick Google would indicate that it is a Ricoh machine.
I give below a link to a site which lists many models of many makes of printer and error codes. their description and cause, which will help you identify what is wiring and correct it: Error Codes Ricoh Aficio SP4100N Code 900
On this site you can change the make, model, and error code on your machine by using the drop down menus near the top of the page. Also you can download a pdf format Service Manual for the machine by using the link just above the error table.
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You don't mention any error code that may shown and which would identify where the fault is. A full list of error codes can be found here:
Error Codes Sharp ARM355
and from here you can also get a pdf format service manual for this model which in combination with the error code explanation may enable you to fix your machine. On the error code page you can also change the model of your machine if you need to by using the drop down menu in the centre of the page.
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F76 is usually a communication error between the remote and the heater. you may have just unplugged something inside the unit while it had power (don't do that). Just unplug the unit from the wall (or flip the breaker) and wait 10 sec and plug it back in again and the problem should fix itself. Otherwise there my be a loose wire going to your remote. In which case, try unplugging the remote and unit for 10 sec and plug the unit (only) back in with the remote disconnected. run your hot water and see if it works. if so it could be a problem with the remote or its wiring.
One of the most common problems with GE electric built in ovens is the error code "F7? shown on the display. I've seen it many times before and today I had a service call for the same problem again. The error code "F7" will be displayed along with a beeping sound if the ERC (Electronic Range Control) or "clock" senses one or more buttons on the control panel stuck. It could be displayed in any mode: "cook", "clean" or even more often in the "time of the day" mode. In order to fix it, the control panel has to be replaced. This is a very simple job and you will need just a 1/4? nut driver and a Phillips screwdriver. - See more at: http://www.askgene.com/2007/06/23/oven-error-codes/ge-oven-error-code-f7-and-how-to-fix-it/#sthash.pVUT3Nzb.dpuf
F74 is not a valid fault code. If it was F14, then it was bad eeprom value (on timer board).
Try tripping circuit breaker or unplugging the power cord. Connect power back and follow reset procedure again, that will reset NVRam.
Ensure that there is no water inside the machine. If there is water, while machine is disconnected, empty water.
If that does not work, the control board may be defective.